Pils, as it is written on the label.
pale ale is thus tested tonight.
indeed still the most popular type of beer in Germany and,
accordingly, many suppliers compete in this market.
it is of course crucial, being able to produce a distinctive flavor.
Whether the "Park Pils" with its 4.8% vol.
least visually it does quite well with the front.
solid and snow-white froth presents itself.
taste is also entirely typical: a very spicy and bone-dry hops
floods the mouth, the first sip is successful.
it goes further too.
malt works in the background and leaves the delicate bitterness the
really falls so out of the ordinary, especially as the intensity of
the hops is quite pronounced for a southern German beer.
the aroma hops that was used here is not bad.
can say in conclusion: A good, but not dazzling Pils beer from
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